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    I am currently studying for my gcses I have 14 exams all in a months time, how long should I be revising ? and how should I revsise ? Also any other tips welcome
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    Anyone help me :/


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    Heya, I'm going to move this into the revision and study tips forum for you. There are loads of other threads there which have lots of useful information so I'd recommend checking it out! There's also a revision guide on TSR here which is probably a good place to start. This is also a really useful article: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/cont...d-take-control

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    (Original post by Jakesmith2)
    I am currently studying for my gcses I have 14 exams all in a months time, how long should I be revising ? and how should I revsise ? Also any other tips welcome

    I think you should be revising 1hr for each subject a day effectively and efficiently. For maths, english and science past papers and online titurials will do. of course everyone is different so revisie in a way that suits you.Good luck in your exams.
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    (Original post by Jakesmith2)
    I am currently studying for my gcses I have 14 exams all in a months time, how long should I be revising ? and how should I revsise ? Also any other tips welcome
    Forgot to add revision guides aswell.
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    I think it depends on you and how well you're doing at a subject compared to other subjects. So, if you're not doing too well on a subject, or need to learn more for a subject, spend more time on it how you revise depends on how you learn best, by best I mean the most effective in terms of absorbing the info for example, you can be an auditory learner and learn best from hearing things read out to you, or someone testing you by asking you questions, or reading stuff aloud. If you're a visual learner, you learn best from simply looking at the revision guide, mind maps, flash cards etc
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    (Original post by Jakesmith2)
    I am currently studying for my gcses I have 14 exams all in a months time, how long should I be revising ? and how should I revsise ? Also any other tips welcome
    I have 21 exams starting on the 12th may!! For maths youtube tutorials are a must! Also past papers for every single subject is vital...make mind maps and posters stick them around your room read them every morning etc! Goodluck with revision an exams!! :-D
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    Should I listen to music whilst revising ?


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    [QUOTE=Jakesmith2;47215396]Should I listen to music whilst revising ?

    If it helps you cut out the world outside your study room then yes! I put my ipod on shuffle an just stick it on the dock, it makes me ignore all the distractions outside the study room
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    Also I forgot to add, using a whiteboard really helps to revise,iv got one an I just used it for science c1 and im so bad at science but it helps me soooooo much

    I got mine from wilkinson an
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    Also I forgot to add, using a whiteboard really helps to revise,iv got one an I just used it for science c1 and im so bad at science but it helps me soooooo much

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